oh so sweet yet oh so miserable.. it felt so good to finally clear the air - as i spilled my guts. the guilt fades away -
as i spill your guts. it only hurts the first time, until you find conviction to draw the first blood and suffocate remorse and realize that your actions were "beautiful" in a violent sense of the word. the skin peels away - as i spill your guts. there's nothing sweeter than the taste of the blood of a rapist. stand triumphant and decorate with the fabrics that you were once made of. and suffocate remorse. realize that your actions were so beautiful in a violence sense of the word. as time passes on, there is no shadow of doubt or guilt. i did to ensure... you will burn.
holding the blood reigns to success, i have lead a one man army. i'd like nothing better than to sever your head and set that pig on fire. as time passes on, there is no shadow of doubt or guilt. but i must admit, i fill much pants better as i do my cell, withering into old age. it's so wrong to do what's right, but i still think they've persecuted a hero, because you'd be on my side if this happened to your little brother.


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    General CommentIt's about someone brutally killing a man who raped his little brother - and enjoys every second of it without feeling guilt and suffocates his remorse.
    He then lands in prison, "withering into old age", still believing that he has done the right thing.
    Dread44on November 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti pretty much agree with dread44...the killer thinks they "persecuted a hero" because he took out a rapist off the streets. he feels guilty for killing the rapist but it was beautiful to him because justice was served and he was able to avenged his little brother...that is why he has little remorse...
    space_monkey138on April 19, 2008   Link

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